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Behaviour caused by innate characteristics Nature
Behaviour is determined by the environment Nurture
Behaviour is predictable and controlled Determinism
We has control over their behaviour • is responsible for their own actions. Freewill
All Psychological can be reduced to simple parts Reductionism
Looks at the whole picture/ individual and Useful when studying individuals Holism
Environment causes behaviour (e.g.; upbringing, poverty) Situational
Behaviour caused by a feature of the person (e.g. personality, genes) Individual
progresses understanding beyond previous findings · is generalisable to a wide population Usefulness
Consent, Debrief, Confidentiality, Deception, Right to withdraw, Protection from Harm Ethics
Subject to social norms Controversial Able to shape the law / policy Risking stereotyping and prejudice Socially Sensitive Research
Falsifiable, Objective, Replicable, Quantitative data, Experiment science
helps to understand and prevent discrimination Ethnocentrism

Health Crossword

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The complete state of physical, mental and social wellbeing and not merely the absense of disease Health
a negative impact on health which can increase the chance ofill health risk factor
the ability of a person to relate to and interact effectively with others and participate within the community individually and cooperatively social health
a state of wellbeing in which a person feels positive about themselves and their life. Works productively and contributes to the community mental health
a way to demontrate the achievement of an outcome through speaking to an audience oral presentation
the devlopment that involves a life long continuous process neginning at conception and ending with death and is percieved as involving a series of orderly and predictable changes icluding physical, social, emotional and intellectual individual
area of study 2 youth issues
the person who makes the decision if you have a satisfactorily completed each unit teacher
Is the effective functioning of the body and its systems and a persons ability to perform tasks and develop physical fitness physical health
a positive impact on health which can reduce the chance of ill health protective factor
how long a person is expected to live from birth to death life expectancy
the number of new cases of an illness or condition within a population group incidence
biological, behavioural, social environment, physical environment determinants
emotional, intellectual, physical, social developmet

Psychology chapter 1 Crossword

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Physical needs such as sleep and hunger Physiological
Private, unobservable mental reason Cognitive
the scientific study of behavior and mental processes Psychology
Educated guess about same phenomenon Hypothesis
A complex explanation based on findings from a large number of experimental studies Theory
Research Basic science
Using psychological principles to solve more immediate problems Applied science
A general approach to gathering info & answering questions so that error and biases are minimized Scientific method
Interested in the basic elements of human experience Structuralist
A method of self observation in which participants report their thoughts & feelings Introspection
Study how human and animals adapt to their environments Functionalist
A phychologist who studies how unconscious motives and conflicts determine human behavior, feelings, and thoughts Psychoanalyst
A psychologist who analyzes how organisms learn or modify their behavior based o response to events in the environment Behaviorist
A psychologist who believes that each person has freedom in directing his or her future and achieving personal growth Humanist
A psychologist who studies how we process, store, retrieve, and use info and how thought processes influence our behavior Cognitivist
A psychologist who studies how chemical and physical changes in our body influence behavior Psychobiologist
A branch of medicine that deals with mental, emotional, or behavioral disorders Psychiatry
A pyschologist who diagnoses and treat people with emotional disturbances Clinical psychologist
A psychologist who studies the emotional, cognitive, biological, personal, & social changes that occur as individuals mature Developmental
A pysychologist who is concerned with helping students learn Educational
A psychologist who may work in a mental health or social welfare agency Community
A psychologist who uses psychological concepts to make the work place a more satisfying environment for employees & managers Industrial
A psychologist who studies sensation, perception, learning, motivation, and/or emotion in carefully controlled laboratory conditions Experimenal

Alzheimer's Crossword

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most common form of dementia alzheimers
situations that cause agitation, increased stress, or more difficulty thinking triggers
anyone in the supportive network of a patient family
symptoms gradually get worse progressive
defines the time a disease begins (early or late) onset
experience in which a person can hear, smell, taste, or feel something that's not there hallucination
aimless wandering or walking back and forth pacing
primary person in charge of caring for an individual with a serious illness caregiver
mental disorder marked by memory disorders, personality changes, and impaired reasoning dementia
probable outcome or course of a disease prognosis
inability to find the correct word or understand the meaning of a word dysphasia
sense of time, direction, and recognition become difficult to distinguish disorientation
suspicion of others that is not based on fact paranoia
factor that increases a persons chance of developing a disease riskfactor
organized gathering of patients, families, and caregivers for the purpose of discussing issues related to the disease supportgroup
process by which a doctor determines what disease a patient has by studying their symptoms and analyzing tests performed diagnosis
reviewing positive memories and experiences reminiscence
false idea that is firmly believed and strongly maintained despite proof and evidence on the contrary delusion
service for people living with and dying from a fatal condition hospice
faculty in which the brain stores and remembers information memory
use of music to improve physical, psychological, cognitive, and social functioning musictherapy
unsettled behaviour in alzheimer's patients evident in late afternoon or early evening sundowning
mistrust as memory worsens in alzheimer's patients (thinking their belongings have been stolen) suspiciousness

Psychology Terms Crossword

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process of thinking and understanding cognitive
study of behavior tested through scientific research psychology
assumption about behavior tested through scientific research hypothesis
general approach to gathering info and answering questions that minimize errors and bias scientific method
complex explanation of phenomena based on findings from scientific research theory
psychologist who studies basic elements of conscious mental experiences structuralist
psychologist who studies the function (rather than the structure) of consciousness and how mental processes help people and animals adapt to their environment functionalist
psychologist who studies how unconscious motives and conflicts determine human behavior psychoanalyst
psychologist who analyzes how organisms learn or modify their behavior based on their response to events in environment behaviorist
psychologist who studies effects that physical and chemical changes have on behavior psychobiologist
psychologist studies effects of overcrowding on humans environmental
idea that mind and body are separate and distinct dualism

The Sociology of Crime Crossword

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This is an illegal act which is punishable by law Crime
Behaviour which does not conform to a society's rules and norms Deviance
Our everyday life is subject to rules, either informal or formal Social Control
An example of formal social control The Police
His work is used to explain the biological causes for criminal activity Lombroso
This is a functionalist argument for the causes of crime Inadequatesocialisation
crime is caused by groups or individuals that feel as though they are unfairly disadvantaged compared with similar people Relativedeprivation
A famous sub-cultural theorist Cohen
A typical crime of the bourgeoisie fraud
Which social institution do Marxists believe reinforce the idea that the proletariat are deviant? Media
Labelling is often linked to ... stereotyping
This subcultural group are often blamed for crime Chavs
this approach argue that criminal and deviant behaviour is caused by personality traits psychological
This approach focuses on the genetic causes of crime Biological
an example of a deviant act burping

Approaches Crossword

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gaining knowledge of your own mental and emotional state after observing your own concious thoughts and feelings introspection
a type of learning done through association classical
token economy systems have been succesfully used in institutions such as hosptials and ... prisons
SLT underestimates the influence of ... factors biological
cognative processes are not directly ... observable
non-identical twins, sharing 50 percent of the same genes are called dizygotic
the way that genes are expressed through behavioural, physical and psychological characteristics phenotype
pleasure principle id
reality principle ego
morality principle superego
transferring feelings from the true source of distress onto a substitute target displacement
the belief that all knowledge comes from sensory expieriences empiricism
a type of learning done through reinforcement operant
SLT - behaviour is learned through ... experience
where an individual immitates the behaviour of someone else who has been rewarded for such behaviour '... reinforcement' vicarious
type of reductionism that the cognative approach is machine
identical-twins, sharing 100 percent of their genes are called monozygotic
a persons actual genetic makeup genotype
refusing to acknowledge something in order to protect yourself denial
forcing a distressing memory out of the concious mind repression
the humanist approach does acknowledge this abstract concept, which many of the other approaches do no free will
the humanistic approach claims that individuals are '...-determining' self
who suggested the 'hierachy of needs' maslow
self-actualisation, is the idea that each person has an '...' ability to achieve their full potential innate
the humanistic approach is ... (opposite of reductionist) holistic
who suggests that free will is an illusion freud
if a concept is abstract it is ... nonfalsifiable

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Crossword

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These are biological requirements for human survival, e.g. air, food, drink, shelter, clothing, warmth, sleep. Physiological needs
Protection from elements, security, order, law, stability, freedom from fear Safety needs
The third level of human needs is social and involves feelings of belonging. The need for interpersonal relationships motivates behavior Love and belongingness
Which Maslow classified into two categories: (i) esteem for oneself (dignity, achievement, mastery, independence) and (ii) the desire for reputation or respect from others (e.g., status, prestige). Esteem needs
Realizing personal potential, self-fulfillment, seeking personal growth and peak experiences. A desire “to become everything one is capable of becoming”(Maslow, 1987, p. 64). Self-actualization
A motivational theory in psychology comprising a five-tier model of human needs, often depicted as hierarchical levels within a pyramid. Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
Safety Needs and Physiological Needs Basic Needs
Esteem and Love&Belonging needs Psychological Needs
Self-actualization needs are also... Self-fulfillment needs
The first four levels are often referred to as deficiency needs
the top level is known as being needs
the damaging lack of material benefits considered to be basic necessities in a society. deprivation
suffering or death caused by hunger starvation
knowledge and understanding, curiosity, exploration, need for meaning and predictability. Cognitive needs
appreciation and search for beauty, balance, form, etc. Aesthetic needs
A person is motivated by values which transcend beyond the personal self (e.g., mystical experiences and certain experiences with nature, aesthetic experiences, sexual experiences, service to others, the pursuit of science, religious faith, etc.). Transcendence needs
Physiological needs are also known as... Biological needs
features of people's mental health considered collectively. psychopathology
single or separate individual
a natural instinctive state of mind deriving from one's circumstances, mood, or relationships with others. emotion

Intro to Psychology Crossword

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Who is often called the "father" of psychology? wundt
Psychology is the scientific study of _______ and mental processes. behavior
This is a complex, unlearned behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a species. instinct
What part of the brain includes the auditory (hearing) areas? temporallobes
The autonomic nervous system is split into two divisions, one that calms and one that arouses. Which one is the calming side? parasympathetic
Paranoid, catatonic, disorganized, and undifferentiated are all classifications of what psychological disorder? schizophrenia
What level sits at the top of Maslow's hierarchy of needs? selfactualization
What area of the brain controls many of your emotional responses, including fear and anger? amygdala
Formerly known as multiple personality disrder, _______ identity disorder is characterized by a person exhibiting 2 or more distinct personalities. dissociative
In the study of behavior genetics, the real question of "what makes you who you are?" deals with nature v. _______. nurture
This research method is the only one that allows the experimenter to draw conclusions about cause and effect. experiment
The period between childhood and adulthood. adolescence
What gland is often referred to as the master gland? pituitary
A fetus is the developing human organism from _______ weeks after conception to birth. nine
In order to be judged a psychological disorder, it has to meet these 4 criteria: maladaptive, _______, disturbing, and atypical. unjustifiable
This is the culturally preferred timing of social events such as marriage, parenthood, and retirement. socialclock
What psychologist's studes in the area of morality led his to develop a 3 stage theory of moral development? kohlberg
_______ nervosa is an eating disorder characterized by excessive eating followed by purging, laxative use, fasting, or excessive exercise. bulimia
_______ is the fear of swallowing. phagophobia
What is the 1st stage in Jean Piaget's stages of cognitive development? sensorimotor

Child Development Crossword

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their first facial expression smile
a skill to be social communicate
begins to move around crawl
your child will begin to develop this milestones
from early childhood until adolescence human growth
the stage that deals with how your body operates, moves, and develops physical
the stage that deals with feelings emotional
the stage that involves how the brain works development, the act of changing either intellectually, emotionally, socially, or physically intellectual
the stage that deals with how you interact with others social
a child between the ages of 0 and 12 months infant
a child between the ages of 2 and 3 toddler
a child's development of how they think and understand the world around them cognitive
the child's ability to communicate and express their feelings language development
a child's main way of learning play
helps you and your child learn a little more about each other relationship
the child's ability to see near and far, and to understand what you see vision
recently just born newborn
being taught and understanding the things around them learning
larger movements when baby use their body to move around gross motor skills
an action that involves your baby using their muscles fine motor skills
the bond between a baby and a parent attachment
producing the sounds that form words speech
the words that a child would understand language
when the developmental milestones are not reached by the expected time period developmental delay
babies learn to feel secure, talk and, enjoy being with other people interaction
care for and protect the child while growing up nurture
the ability to hear, listen and interpret sounds hearing
the ability to learn and interact with others social behaviour
provide energy and nutrients for the child to grow and develop healthy eating
able to show affection love

Holism and Reductionism Crossword

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What type of reductionism does the cognitive approach believe in? Machine
What type of scientific evidence do holistic approaches often lack? Empirical
What is a weakness of holism? Impractical
What type of behaviour can holism often explain? Social
What is a strength of both holism and reductionism? Interactionist approach
What is at the bottom of the reductionist hierarchy? physics
What is a limitation of the reductionist approach? lacks validity
What approach in psychology is the most holistic? humanistic
What type of reductionism does the behaviourist approach believe in? environmental
Holism believes individuals should be looked at as a... whole